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Derek Chauvin found guilty of murder and manslaughter in death of George Floyd

Shealagh Sullivan and William Woodring April 20, 2021

Former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of three charges Tuesday regarding the killing of George Floyd, which sparked worldwide protests and a reexamination of policing and racism...

America, is it finally time?

America, is it finally time?

Chris DeGusto and Nick Viveiros February 21, 2018
The United States has suffered from a string of mass shootings that have occurred in churches and schools alike. As some call for gun control, others look to arm university police.
Patrick Holmes/ Opinion Editor

Stabbing in Boston Common, injuries non-fatal

March 1, 2017

One man was stabbed in the Boston Common on Monday night, police said. The man, who remained unnamed as of Tuesday night, was stabbed around 6:40 p.m. on Monday close to 139 Tremont St., according to...

Indictment of reckless cop a welcome check on power

Sam Humphrey February 18, 2015

Horrific details surrounding the shooting of Akai Gurley came to light last week at the indictment of the New York City police officer who shot him. Officer Peter Liang was indicted by a grand jury...

Pumpkin Fest: The students’ story

October 24, 2014

By Katie Dugan You may have heard about the level of destruction that was caused at Saturday’s Pumpkin Festival at Keene State College in Keene, N.H. Rioters damaged windows, cars, doors, fences, and...

Police officers cross the line far too often

Police officers cross the line far too often

A.P. Blake November 29, 2012

Police are getting away with murder – quite literally on occasion. In Spokane, Washington, a police officer beat, tasered, bound, and sat on Otto Zehm. Zehm was an innocent mentally disabled man, and...

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Suffolk hockey player arrested on charges for armed home invasion

Derek Anderson February 10, 2011

Derek Anderson, Jeff Fish A Suffolk student on the men’s hockey team was charged in connection to an armed home invasion in Reading on February 8, according to a statement from Middlesex District...

Police uprising in Ecuador causes chaos

Harry Lam October 20, 2010

Harry Lam Journal Staff Ecuador was thrown into chaos as hundreds within the police force launched an uprising against Ecuadorian President, Rafael Correa, on September 30. This was in response to...

Police Blotter March 03

March 3, 2010

Tuesday, February 23 7:25AM NESAD American Alarm called regarding the front doors of NESAD. Unit 22 and 17 responding. Nothing found. No report. 7:57 PM Ridgeway Building Unit 6 reports 2 makes...

Police Blotter February 24

February 24, 2010

Wednesday, Feb. 17 11:39 a.m. 150 Tremont St. Larceny report at 150 Tremont Street. Report filed. 4:33 a.m. Donahue Building Received a report of a fight on the 4th floor of 41 Temple St. Units...

‘Island’ just another thriller

February 24, 2010

Article by: Cait O'Callaghan Martin Scorsese teams up with Leonardo DiCaprio a fourth time in his new film Shutter Island (Paramount Pictures, 2010), the story of a Bostonian U.S Marshal’s investigation...

Police Blotter February 17

February 17, 2010

February 7 Hyatt 4:20 PM Received a report of a possible drug violation on the 8th floor of 1 De Lafayette Ave. units 35, 44, and e responding. Report filed. February 8 150 Tremont 8:37AM Vandalism...

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